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The apps I can't live without...
I don’t like clutter and I’m constantly deleting things off my iPhone that I don’t need...
Censorship... Is Facebook keeping Kiwis quiet?
This is interesting considering the upcomoing election here in New Zealand; a topic that gets up a lot of people’s grills...
App of the week: Bolt
Instagram has released their answer to Snapchat – Bolt.
Do you really hate Facebook? Or is it just because you're supposed to?
Most people I know say they hate Facebook, and complain about how boring it is on a regular basis.
New Facebook scam… ‘Girl Killed by Husband for Kissing another Man’
A new viral video scam featuring a fake tape of a girl killed by her husband because she kissed another man has caught the attention of thousands of Facebook users.
Top 10... Facebook baits
"This is social engineering at its finest – a challenging mental game that pushes the right psychological buttons."
Canterbury software start up bags $700k Japanese investment
"There is just so much going on in social media now that having a tool that can harness all of a company’s online activity, pulling it all into one website, is very valuable."
Her hips don't lie... who wins the Facebook popularity contest?
So you may have heard that Shakira became the most popular person on Facebook after hitting 100 million likes week – the most likes any public figure on Facebook has ever achieved.
Is Facebook's Buy Now button a game-changer for SMBs?
Facebook introduced a new feature last week that businesses are sure to like. It is testing a way for advertisers to make a direct sales pitch to Facebook users, and it could be a game-changer.
SMBs drive business growth through Facebook
With over 30 million active small businesses currently using Facebook, including 19 million on mobile, SMBs are continuing to utilise social media as a key channel to build business.
For their eyes only... Facebook Mentions
Facebook has released a new iOS app for celebrities and public figures, namely actors, athletes, musicians and other "influencers", making it easier for them to interact with their fan base.
Unhappy Kiwis air shopping grievances on Social Media
Kiwis are unhappy with the way New Zealand businesses treat them, prefer to complain on Facebook and want something free in response to their complaint.
And Facebook says "Me too!"
According to Facebook’s data team 88 million people had more than 280 million Facebook interactions – posts, comments and likes – related to the final.
"Creative" Kiwi students set to present to Google executives
"We were completely blown away by the time and energy put into each of the student campaigns."
Facebook, nipples and inappropriate photo sharing...
Personally I don’t understand the need to show the world your nips on Instagram or Facebook, and I think it is completely stupid to put photos of your kids in the bath on the internet.
Facebook fights back with official response to "emotional" study...
"Having written and designed this experiment myself, I can tell you that our goal was never to upset anyone."
Has "emotional" studying Facebook crossed the line?
"With this research, Facebook has skated too close to the edge of online users’ willingness to share data."
Facebook tells users... "Happy anniversary!"
Facebook has launched a new anniversary story for people who have shared the date of their relationship or wedding anniversary on Facebook.
How to use social media to land a job...
Looking up someone's website and memorising the About Us page isn't going to cut it.
Facebook dead? No chance...
Ever since Facebook CFO David Ebersman admitted last October that young teens were visiting the site slightly less frequently, most have accepted as fact that young people are fleeing Facebook en masse.
Facebook NZ: Travel security tips for Kiwis
From updating software, to using a trusted network, to running anti-virus when you get home – Facebook New Zealand outlines the steps everyone should take.
Are you listening to me?
I was out at the pub the other night and I overheard a friend of mine telling someone about how Facebook is spying on us whenever we post a status update.
Football-mad Kiwis to join World Cup conversation on Facebook
Millions of football fans from around the world will join the conversation about the 2014 World Cup on Facebook.
Are teen social media users becoming anti-social?
Social media users are a fickle bunch. Teens, in particular, are influenced by ever-changing trends. What was once new and cool can quickly become old news. Take Facebook for instance.